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 By Nick Miller

Can Chelsea cope without Costa? Five questions for Chelsea vs. Man City

Big, big, big, big game in the Premier League. The boys report from Stamford Bridge, speak to Frank Lampard and play a game of snakes and ladders ahead of Chelsea's clash with Manchester City.

Nick Miller asks and answers five key questions ahead of Saturday's Premier League clash between Chelsea and Manchester City at Stamford Bridge.

1. Can Chelsea cope without Diego Costa, and possibly Cesc Fabregas?

The good thing about having the perfect striker for your system of play is that when he's there, things run in perfect, smooth harmony, players neatly complementing each other and slotting together like it was meant to be. The bad thing is, when he's not there then things are thrown...

50-50 Challenge: Chelsea vs. Man City and Frank Lampard's return

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini praised the quality of Frank Lampard after the midfielder scored the winner against Sunderland.

Frank Lampard returns to Chelsea for the first time since leaving them for Manchester City on Saturday as the champions take on Jose Mourinho's men in a crucial clash at Stamford Bridge.

It was rather surreal to see Lampard, clad in sky blue, score against Chelsea for City earlier in the season -- the equaliser in a 1-1 draw that could yet turn out to be pivotal in the title race.

He has netted seven goals for Manuel Pellegrini's men this season, and would you really put it past him adding to that...

 By Michael Cox

John Terry is the Premier League's best central defender this season

The ESPN FC crew debate whom they believe is the best defender in the English Premier League, and settle on Chelsea as the best defensive unit in the league with John Terry at the helm.
Big, big, big, big game in the Premier League. The boys report from Stamford Bridge, speak to Frank Lampard and play a game of snakes and ladders ahead of Chelsea's clash with Manchester City.
ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik analyses how Juan Cuadrado would fit within Chelsea's starting XI.

Ask any English football fan for their opinion on Chelsea captain John Terry, and you'll probably receive a somewhat blunt response. The first answer is very rarely "complete defender." Terry appears almost universally despised among English football fans, with Chelsea supporters an obvious exception. Disliking Terry has become something of a national sport and, you could argue, with good reason.

Controversies from earlier in Terry's career range from somewhat trivial to the significantly more...

Juan Cuadrado will join Chelsea, says Fiorentina coach Vincenzo Montella

ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik analyses how Juan Cuadrado would fit within Chelsea's starting XI.

Fiorentina coach Vincenzo Montella claims Juan Cuadrado will join Chelsea, but that his sale this winter was inevitable, admitting his club could not turn down the offer made for the Colombian.

The Blues have reportedly activated a 35-million-euro release clause in Cuadrado's contract with a combination of an up-front fee, further bonus payments and Mohamed Salah on loan.

Although the move has yet to be rubber-stamped by either club, Montella was already considering Cuadrado an ex-Fiorentina player...

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Chelsea's Diego Costa loses appeal, suspended for 3 games

ESPN FC's Fernando Palomo delves deeper into the conundrum that is, Diego Costa following the Chelsea striker's recent charge for violent conduct.
The ESPN FC crew weigh in on Chelsea's appeal following Diego Costa's ban for the stamp on Liverpool's Emre Can.

Chelsea striker Diego Costa has been suspended for three games after losing his appeal against his violent conduct charge for stamping on Liverpool's Emre Can.

Costa will miss the Premier League games against Manchester City, Aston Villa and Everton...